squeeze in (third-person singular simple present squeezes in, present participle squeezing in, simple past and past participle squeezed in)
- (transitive) To find time or other resources for.
- My appointment book is pretty full, but I can just squeeze you in.
- I found a time to squeeze in a meeting with you.
- I squeezed the meeting in.
- (intransitive) To pack tightly together.
- We don't have much room in this car, so everyone will have to squeeze in.
- To force in, stretch something to make something larger fit.
- My son was able to squeeze in the tight crawl space to retrieve the cat.
(force in): squeeze into, fit into, fit in
- In the transitive sense, a pronoun serving as object must come between the verb and "in". A noun can appear in the same position or after the "in".